- "A Six String History of America," by Jay Pilzer, is now available! Nashville is already reacting positively to this fun and informative book as word is getting out.
- Our newest release, Jay Pilzer's "A Six String History of America," has been submitted to the printer! We will have copies available starting on July 15. If you would like to preorder, please use this link to view the detail page: Preorder A Six String History of America
- John Thomas's book "Kalamazoo Gals" continues its surge in popularity brought on by the author's interview with the BBC. Click this link to listen as he tells the story of the women of Kalamazoo, Michigan who made Gibson's "Banner" guitars during World War II: BBC Interview with John Thomas
- Local efforts are underway to erect a monument to the men of Essex County, Ontario, Canada who flew Spitfires during World War II. "To Honour our Essex County Airmen by mounting a full size Spitfire Monument high on a plinth in the Town of Essex ON." One of these fliers, we are proud to say, was our author Jerry Billing. Here is a link to the Facebook page for the group that is organizing these efforts: Essex Memorial Spitfire on Facebook
If you would like to donate to the monument, here is a link to a donation page Spitfire Donations
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